Antibody-Drug Conjugates Attract Hefty Funding To ADC Therapeutics
Swiss oncology company ADC Therapeutics, which has just added another $200m to its coffers, is developing a new class of antibody-drug conjugates that may be less visible to DNA repair mechanisms and therefore less susceptible to the development of resistance than other anticancers.
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